Building Community School's
Education is a universal right to every child. Building community schools is an extension of the Community school self-help program.
- Enrolments has incresed in all the community school we support.
- Children no longer walk long distances to school.
- Each community school has a strong room to allow hosting of exams.
Communities that exemplify commitment by initiating the development of a community school and manufacturing the necessary bricks are given assistance by Response Network, linking them to our partner - Academic Work. This altruistic organization generously provides supplementary building materials for
construction projects, such as mortar, extra bricks, and window glass.
The local residents then manage these endeavors through to fruition, enhancing the educational facilities within their own communities. By actively participating
in these initiatives, they obtain augmented knowledge while cultivating immense
pride for their contribution towards local progress.
Since its initiation in 2004, sponsorships from Academic Work have facilitated the establishment of 44 new schools. Boasting an average attendance of approximately 150 children per institution equates to nearly 6700 youngsters
being provided with vital access to primary education opportunities.
Your invaluable partnership has the potential to facilitate the establishment of yet another school – significantly reducing commuting inconvenience thus
safeguarding both time and safety concerns faced by attending pupils due to
significant distances between home and school campuses.